Dell Super-Thin Monitor Line Up Adds 2 New Models

August 30, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Thin is always in. Dell has added two new super-thin monitors to their line up. Christened S2230MX and the S22330MX, the device come across as the thinnest ones from Dell yet –  boasting a mere 9.9mm at their thinnest point.

The 21.5-inch S2230MX and the 23-inch SS22330MX are not just about being thin. The rest of the specs are also good enough. Both support 1080p at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels each, and are capable of displaying an 82 percent color gamut for accurate color reproduction.

And, check this out: both come with a dynamic contrast ratio of 8000000: 1 for brighter whites and better black reproduction. The static contrast ratio is 1000: 1.

Both displays are twisted Nematic type, and have a 16: 9 widescreen aspect ratio. The response time is 2 ms GTG (gray to gray) with a 60 GHz refresh rate, and the brightness is 250 cd/m2.

The viewing angles are 160 degrees vertical and 170 degrees horizontal. The two models have VGA and DVI ports, providing instant connectivity to the monitors and the included DVI-HDMI dongle provides HDMI support.

The S2230MX and S22330MX are Energy Star compliant and have achieved Silver status for power usage. The 21.5 inch monitor comes with a price tag of $220 and the 23 inch monitor sells for $250 in the retail market. Would you opt for the super thin babies? If yes, which one?

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